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  • Bodiam Castle
    The decline of the nobility in the Middle Ages
    The medieval European aristocracy formed as the Roman Empire collapsed. Rome could not longer protect citizens from barbarians, raiders, or even rebellious legions. As a result, people began clustering around rich nobles for protection. The...
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    England's boy kings: Edward V
    Edward V of England never took possession of the throne. In fact, he was not crowned at all. Edward’s short “reign” was interrupted by his uncle, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and marked the beginning of the end for the House of...
  • England's boy kings: Henry VI
    England's boy kings: Henry VI
    Henry VI is remembered as pious, benevolent, and occasionally insane king. Born in 1421 to Henry V and his wife, Katherine of Valois, the young prince was heir not only to the throne of England, but also France.. His father Henry V was a military...
  • England's boy kings: Richard II
    England's boy kings: Richard II
    Richard II of England ascended to the throne at the age of ten. He was never expected to be a king; his father, Edward, Prince of Wales, known more commonly as the Black Prince for the black armor he wore in battle, died in 1376. Richard's...
  • How would a just monarch look
    How would a just monarch look
    Today's news of the British monarchy facing financial difficulties does not mean that they are poor. What it means is that they are over extended. They are still one of the world's richest families. They own vast holdings of real estate,...
  • Britain still stuck with a greedy and selfish monarchy
    Britain still stuck with a greedy and selfish monarchy
    You thought that since Britain became a democracy she was shed of the abuses of monarchy right? Wrong! Britain's monarchy has a very clever and selfish arrangement with the government. You thought that the monarchy was reduced to a simple...
  • Queen Eleizabeth
    When has a queen abdicated?
    In recent times only a few months ago in April, the Dutch Queen Beatrix abdicated in favor of her son. She is 75, and has served on the throne for 33 years. She stepped down and Willem-Alexander is now the country's first king since 1890. How...
  • Prince Harry U.S. trip starts in Washington, D.C.
    Prince Harry's U.S. trip the first since Las Vegas romp
    Prince Harry began his new U.S. visit in the nation's capital. According to ABC News on May 9, Harry of Wales made his initial stop of an eight-day tour by by stopping by the White House and Capitol Hill.During his first trip across the pond...
  • Monarchy & Dita Von Teese
    Monarchy tease Dita Von Teese 'Disintegration' collaboration with a remix
    In honor of the special 12-12-12 date, electronica duo Monarchy teased its collaboration with burlesque model Dita Von Teese in form of a remix. Ahead of the single's release, DJ Mighty Mouse dropped his mix of “Disintegration” on...
  • Monarchy
    Free Acoustic Download of Monarchy's "You Don't Want To Dance With Me"
    UK band,Monarchy, who have been featured on mysitequite a bit recently, are sticking to true form, and are providing another FREE download remix of their single, "You Don't Want To Dance With Me", featuring Britt Love. The piano is a...
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    Video and Free Download: Monarchy with "You Don't Want To Dance With Me"
    To coincide with the release of "You Don't Want To Dance With Me," featuringBritt Love,Monarchyhave concocted an archaic video, also including Love.Watch the video by clicking the play video tab on the left side of this article.With...
  • Royal wedding
    Royal wedding: Monarchy announces Duchess Catherine's new official duties
    Royal wedding: Monarchy announces Duchess Catherine's new official duties -- It didn't take long for the British Monarchy to announce what its newest member would be doing in her official duties as the Duchess of Cambridge. The former...
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    Are the Saudis fighting a proxy war with Iran in Bahrain?
    Bahrainis are reacting to the presence of Saudi armed forces on their soil by marching toward the Saudi Embassy, carrying their national flag, and chanting 'Down, down with Hamad!' referring to Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa....
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    Saudi Arabia asserts influence by invading Bahrain
    They are not calling it an invasion, but on the morning of March 14th, 2011, 1200 Saudi troops entered Bahrain to assist in silencing the pro-democracy movement which has plagued King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa whose family has ruled the country for...
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    Saudi Arabia: will another geriatric regime succumb to demands for change?
    According to Charles Krauthammer, 'all hell could break loose in the Middle East after March 11th'. This statement begs the question as to how he would describe what has been going on in the Middle East and North Africa since that fateful...